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Symptoms (ONLY) of Strangulation

This is a visual representation of the symptoms of strangulation. While visible signs may be present, symptoms represent injuries not visible to the naked eye; observable only to the victim. Read More

Signs (ONLY) of Strangulation

This is a visual representation of the signs of strangulation. Signs can include petechia, bruising, chest pain, redness, scratch marks, and swelling of the face. Read More

5 Steps to a Shelter in Place Safety Plan

This one-page safety plan card, created by the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center, provides 5 steps for survivors to take to create a safety plan while sheltering in place. The 5 steps provided are: (1)... Read More

Metro Office of Family Safety Client Follow-Up

Created by the Metro Office of Family Safety in Nashville, this Client Follow-Up resource provides strategies for supporting and contacting clients while advocacy is remote or near-remote in response to COVID-19. It specifies methods for... Read More